The Yellowhammer report – outlining the impact of a no-deal Brexit – was published earlier this week. Nigel Farage has issued his detailed and informed
In the beginning was the word, and the word was No. On Saturday, the last day of the Northern Ireland marching season, members of the
Welcome, to the maddest week yet in Brexit, in which rebel Conservative MPs are expected to join forces with Jeremy Corbyn in a bid to
I was enjoying a holiday in Menorca last week and ignored politics entirely. It was blissful. When I returned and began reading the news, and
“I’ll do everything possible to stop a No Deal Brexit”, has become the go-to soundbite for opposition leaders at Westminster. Indeed, they can now chant
Since Boris Johnson took over as prime minister of the UK, the pound has crashed in value compared with the US dollar. The implication is
A month ago when he finally entered Downing Street Boris Johnson declared that, come what may, the UK would leave the EU by 31 October.
For many months now there has been a widespread expectation that, at some point or another, British politics would make a “reversion to the norm”.